A.T. Still University’s Pediatrics Club and Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity hosted the annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday, April 13, on the Kirksville, Missouri, campus. More than 100 candy filled eggs were hidden outside for children ages 3-12. The fun also included craft stations and face painting.
“Members from the clubs volunteer to do crafts and face painting for the kiddos of the ATSU community,” says Kirby Lampe, OMS II. “We order pizza, play music, and have a fun day interacting with future patient populations and giving back to our community.”